What areas do our Dandenong Removalists cover?

We offer local, short distance removal services all over Dandenong, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.

MiniMovers Dandenong removalists will help you in all areas of your move with a comprehensive removal package including professional prepackers and unpackers who can also be hired at an hourly rate. Our MiniMovers Boxes will help prevent damage and speed up the moving process, thus dramatically decreasing the moving time and costs. Plus with our Buy Back system, we’ll let you save even more.
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Local Areas

  • Bangholme
  • Beaconsfield
  • Beaconsfield Upper
  • Belgrave Heights
  • Belgrave South
  • Berwick
  • Chelsea
  • Chelsea Heights
  • Clematis
  • Dandenong
  • Dandenong South
  • Doveton
  • Endeavour Hills
  • Eumemmerring
  • Guys Hill
  • Hallam
  • Hampton Park
  • Harkaway
  • Junction Village
  • Keysborough
  • Lynbrook
  • Lyndhurst
  • Lysterfield South
  • Mt Burnett
  • Narre Warren
  • Narre Warren East
  • Narre Warren North
  • Narre Warren South

Removalists Dandenong


Approximately 30 kilometres south-east from Melbourne’s central business district in Victoria, you will find the suburb of Dandenong. The suburb is bounded by Heatherton Road to the north, Dandenong Creek and Clarendon Road to the east, the Pakenham railway line to the south and Eastlink to the west.

Dandenong is situated at the foothill of the Dandenong Ranges on the Dandenong Creek, which flows to the south. The creek forms a green belt with several parks and reserves including Dandenong Park which features the Rotary Club’s water wheel, the Stan Prior Soundshell, a playground, sporting facilities and picnic and BBQ areas. Greaves Reserve in Bennet Street is also known as the Dandenong Showgrounds and is home to a variety of sporting clubs and includes picnic areas and pockets of native bushland.

Other parks and reserves found in the suburb which has playgrounds, skate & bike track, athletic tracks, pavilions, and picnic area for kids and families include Hemmings Park, Canberra Reserve, Dandenong Creek Reserve, Pop Up Park, Shepley Oval, JC Mills Reserve, Robert Booth Reserve, and the Thomas Carroll Reserve.

Wondering where to shop in Dandenong?

There’s almost nothing that cannot be bought in Dandenong — from the market, to supermarkets, to furniture shops, to bicycle store, milk bar, electric stores, and a lot more. Dandenong Market, also known as Dandy Market, is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and boasts a traditional cultural cosmopolitan fun shopping experience. You’ll find everything on your shopping list here such as fresh fish, fruits, clothing, gifts, crafts, jewellery, cakes and even unusual items imported from Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Brazil, China and Malaysia. Another major shopping facility is the Dandenong Plaza Shopping Centre which houses Myer Department Store, Coles, Kmart, Target, Woolworths and a 6-screen Reading Cinemas.

The suburb also has an amazing mix of multicultural food. Indian, Chinese, African, Ethiopian, Afghan, and Thai food places are all within easy reach. Some of the local favourites include Dandenong Pavilion, Beletti Restaurant Café Bar, Afghan Pamir Restaurant, Arco Café Bar & Restaurant, Jade Dynasty Malaysian & Chinese Restaurant, and the Punjabi Indian Takeway.


Numerous state and Catholic primary schools are located within the suburb’s boundaries. Lyndale Secondary College, two campuses of Dandenong High School (Dandenong and Cleeland), and St John’s Regional College are all found in Dandenong. The suburb also has Emerson School, a specialist school for those with mild intellectual disabilities from a catchment area extending as far north as Rowville.


For sports aficionados, Dandenong is home to several Australian Rules football teams including Dandenong Redlegs, Dandenong Stingrays, and Dandenong Saints. The suburb also hosts three teams in football – Dandenong Thunder, Dandenong City Soccer Club, and Dandenong Wolves Football Club. Additionally, there are numerous cricket clubs in the area. Golfers also have the leisure to play at the course of the Forest Hills Golf Club on Wedge Street.


Dandenong railway station is approximately 50 minutes from Melbourne by train, and is situated adjacent to the CBD and is also an interchange station for the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines as well as regional trains on the Gippsland railway line. It is served by the Monash Freeway and several other major arterial roads.

If you’re moving into this suburb or simply visiting, we recommend a scenic drive into the Ranges, with a mandatory stop at the Kalorama lookout for a stunning view of the city. The magnificent gardens of the Ranges are at their best in spring when the flowers burst into bloom!